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Aquikgial\                        PLOHA INDICA.                                  43
2. I, thalictroides (L. Sp. 7S3); caule folioso, foliis caulinis
alternis, petalis breviter stipitatis cucullatis, ovariis 2-4.—DC. Prod.
i. 48 ; Led. Fl. Ross. i. 53. L anejnonoides, JT<zr. et Kir. Jhium. PL
Soong. 55 ; Led. M. Ross. i. 735.
HAS. In Himalaya occidental! ad portum Gares inter Kashmir et
Balti, alt. 10,000 ped., Wmterbotton!~-(p. *.)
DISTRIB. IQ montibus Pyrenseis, Sabaudia, Carniolia! Borussia!
Polonia, Lithuania 1 Sibiria Aitaica!
J&hizoma horizoatale, fibrillosum vel squamis vestitum. Catties 4-8-poilicares,
folia paullo superantes. Folia radicalia longe petiolata, S-3-ternata, segmento ter-
minali triiobo, lateralibus bilobia; caulina biternala, suprema ternata vel simplicia.
Flares pauei, diam. ^§-poll. Sepala ovalia, obtusa. Petala stipiti filiformi in-
sidentia, ovalia, cucuUata, obtusa.
Mr. Winterbottom's plant is identical with specimens of J, anemonoides of Kare-
lia and Elirilow; but the characters by which these botanists distinguish that species
from L Thalictroides are, we feai?, not of sufficient importance. The petals in the
European plant vary much in shape, and those of Carniolian specimens in Herb.
Hook., collected by Mr. Bentham, are the same as those of the Altai plant, while
in others every possible degree of intermediate form may be observed. The scaly
elongated root is therefore the only constant distinguishing character, and that de-
pends in all probability on the age of the plant, or on some other accidental circum-
stance.
8. X. ^randiflorom (Tisck. in DC. Prod. i. 48) ; subacaule,
scapis uniHoris opposite bibracteolatis, ovariis 3-7.—Lede6.Fl.Roas. i.
53; WaU. Cat. 9123 1 (spec, apliylla valde imperfecta); Royle! III. 54.
t. i./. 3. I. microphyllum, Royle! III. 54. L i./. 4. Aquilegia ane-
inonoides, mild.; DC. Prod. i. 51 (Indie. Ledeo.).
HAS. In Himalaya occidental! alpina et Tibetica, alt. 13-17,000
ped.: Dras! Kanawer ! Handes, Sir. et fPwt.! Grarhwal! Kumaon!
—(«. t>.)
DISTRIB. Sibiria Aitaica et Baikaiensis!
Rttdix perpendicnlaris, lignosa, fusiformis. Caales caspitosi, infeme petiolis zn-
duratis foliorom delapsorum basi dilatatis vaginautibus exasperati. Folia longe pe-
tiolata, petiolis baaiauriculato-stipulatis, 2-4-ternatisecta, scgmeiitis ultimis obloagis
vel obovato-cuneatis obtuse incisis. Scapl aphylli, 1-4-poliicares, versos apicem
bracteas 2 oppositas laiiceolatas vel lineares, rarius ternatisectas, basi in auriculas
magnas membranaceas dilatatas, gereutea. Mores diametro ultrarpollicares. Sepala
late ovalia, obtnsa. fetal a obovata vel ohovato-oblonga, basi saccata, magnitudine
varia, obtuse bifida, retusa obtusave, trineivia.
The amount of division of the leaves varies just as much in Siberian as it does in
Himalayan specimens. We have therefore reduced Z. microphyllum of Royle, which
is not otherwise distinct. The petals are always, we beliere, bifid in. the Siberian
plant; generally entire, bat sometimes retase or emargiiiate in the Himalayan one.
15. AQUILEGIA, L.
Sffyala 5, regularia, colorata. Petals 5, infundibtdiformia, deorsum
in calcar producta. Stamina interiom sterflia, membranacea. JoUicxdi
5 vel plures.—llerltie ferenxes; foliis t&matim stctu;. floribus
wriwoloribu*.